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s political firmness, said Union Tourism and Cultural Affairs minister Ambika Soniwhile addressing a rally in Sector 41 on Sunday Soni said that by terming the Congress government as weakthe BJP is hiding its own shoddy role in the Kandahar episode The Congress has always directed its policies towards the welfare of the poorwhich include succor for those living below the poverty line?but today the number has been reduced to 75 lakh, added Bansal Meanwhileleader of the opposition in the Uttrakhand Assembly Harak Singh Rawat exhorted the votersparticularly the Uttrakhandisto support Bansal MP on campaign trailCongress candidate Pawan Kumar Bansal interacted with residents from various sectors of the city on Sunday Addressing a gathering in Sector 38 WestBansal said that he would make all efforts to ensure that the existing amenities are improved During his padyatra at Bhaskar ColonyBansal said the Congresss policies were directed towards the betterment of the economically weaker sections Speaking to the residents of Sector 24the Congress candidate said the hurdles in issuing SC/ST certificates have been sorted outand that they will be issued soon In Sector 54Bansal received a warm welcome from the residents Bansal also paid obeisance at the Siddh Baba Balak Nath Mandir in Sector 29 on the occasion of Jetha Ravivaar. download Indian Express App More Related Newsof Palsora in Sector 56, Tiwari ran a readymade garment store in Sector 19, The basic training for the first batch of the new trainees is on at the CTS,to be called Blue Hawks.